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The Beech Avenue Community Garden was built in 2016 to provide an opportunity for neighbors to grow native plants and provide healthy food for their families. Sadly, after three years and permutations, the garden went dormant. In 2021, we partnered with Santa Maria Community Services and Turner Farms to revive the garden. In 2022, we purchased high-quality garden soil, soil supplements, an irrigation system, and installed a wood top rail to protect new plants. The garden, which has since been renamed Jardin de las Tres Hermanas or Three Sisters Garden, will continue to be a resource for Hispanic community members who want to grow fresh produce to supplement their family’s grocery needs and cultural food traditions.
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